A haunt industry music first! The latest episode of the Big Scary Show features a panel interview with Midnight Syndicate’s Edward Douglas and fellow haunt music composers Virgil Franklin and Jerry “Haunt Rocker” Vayne. All three of them talk about how they got their start, the development of haunt music as an art form, and their experiences over the years. If you are a haunter, home haunter, or just enjoy haunted house music, you’ll enjoy this (and every) episode of the Big Scary Show. The panel interview starts at 34 minutes.
Edward Douglas, Virgil, and Jerry Vayne do a haunt music panel on the Big Scary Show
ABOUT MIDNIGHT SYNDICATE
For over two decades, composers Edward Douglas and Gavin Goszka have been known as Midnight Syndicate, creating symphonic soundtracks to imaginary films that facilitate a transcendental and adventurous escape into the secret dimensions of the mind’s eye. To many of their fans, they are horror music pioneers brewing a signature blend of instrumental orchestral gothic music and movie-style sound effects. To others, they remain the first “haunted house band” that forever changed the Halloween music genre and became a staple of the October holiday season. Still others, know them for their contributions to the use of music in the roleplaying and board game industries.